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Some Sources of Information
I have removed e-mail addresses for these people to shield them from the spammers, but I can put you in touch with them if you send me a message. Kathleen Hulmes, Bloomington, IL Van Maren King, Woodland, CA "Llewellyn Traces" newsletter, 4 times/yr. 1989-1994 Edited by Martha Jewett Abbey, (Phone: 719-564-2210) 781 McCarthy Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81005-9704 Martha stopped publishing because of her health. She said there were copies at: 1. The DAR in Wash. DC 3. Wisc. Historical Society in Madison Copies were donated to other libraries but she does not have a list. LLEWELLYN-L Message board at rootsWeb."Migrations: Henderson Luelling and the Cultivated Apple, 1822-1854", David Diamond's PhD Thesis.
Available from ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Services, 800-521-0600, www.il.proquest.com
Meshack Lewelling listing at FamilySearch.org
Meshack Lewelling listing at RootsWeb World Connect
Anson Co., NC GenWeb Page.
Pictures, Articles, Books:
The Lewellings - p. 5 "San Leandro Recollections", Jul 1970, Vol. 2, No. 4
"The Rancho of Don Guillermo" by John S. Sandoval
The children's book "Tree Wagon", Evelyn Sybley Lampman
Alameda County: San Lorenzo, Oakland, Hayward
A history of San Lorenzo by
Museum of the Oregon Territory 503-655-5574 Administered by the Clackamas County Historical Society. 211 Tumwater Drive Oregon City OR (Just south of Milwaukie) Ledding Library of Milwaukie 503 786-7580 10660 SE 21St. Ave., Milwaukie, OR Milwaukie Museum (503) 659-5267 Clackamas County History at usgennet.org/alhnorus Oregon Historical Society Museum, Portland (503) 222-1741 "Henderson Luelling, Sewth Lewelling and the Birth of the Pacific Coast Fruit Industry", Oregon Historical Quarterly, V. 68, no. 2 (June 1967)
Henderson Lewelling House - Part of Underground Railriad in Salem, IA
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